Home Videos Photos

Frankie Muniz News Archive

Frankie Muniz GF Sticking Around

| Filed under: Love LineSad SadFrankie Muniz

frankie-muniz-girlfriend-still-together.jpg

For whatever reason, we don't know, but she seems to think she is in no danger staying with him.

Last week, we received disturbing reports that Frankie Muniz was in a violent argument with his girlfriend, Elycia Turnbow, that ended with a gun being pointed at his head and police intervening. His rep has vehemently denied the rumors that a gun played "any" part in the incident and has now come forward to assure us that Frankie and his lady are still together. The rep explained that everything is "fine" and "as far as they are concerned, their issues are resolved."

Oh really? Just like that, huh? One minor incident involving a gun and attempted suicide and they are all hunky dory? Why do we find that hard to believe.

But Frankie' s rep insists that her client and Elycia are "still very much a couple," and adds:

"Neither one is interested in finger-pointing at the other. It was a situation that escalated beyond a point that it needed to be. If anything, they will look back at this as a learning opportunity."

You know that saying that love is blind? Yeah, well, someone needs to smack the sight back into this young lady. We're all about forgiveness and seeing the good in people, but when someone can react that violently, they need to be held accountable for their actions. Before everyone all turns a blind eye to this, maybe he should get some help. Just a thought.

[Image via WENN.]

New Sketchy Deets On Frankie Muniz Domestic Violence Disturbance!

| Filed under: Icky Icky PooSad SadFrankie Muniz

new deets on frankie muniz domestic dispute situation

Get your story straight, Frankie!

Last we heard, Frankie Muniz put a gun to his own head during a domestic dispute with girlfriend Elycia Turnbow.

Now a rep for Muniz is claiming that a gun was NOT involved in the dispute, even though the police report says differently:

"Frankie and Elycia had an argument a few days ago. The police were called to the residence."

"A gun played no part in the argument and was voluntarily given to the police for safekeeping. There were no bruises and neither left the residence. He was not suicidal. She was not assaulted."

Muniz's rep also claims that the couple are "moving forward with their lives and with their relationship."

Sketchy…sketchy…sketchy…

Either someone is lying now, or someone was lying to the police. What's the deal?

And EVEN IF no gun was involved, there's clearly something wrong if an "argument" gets so heated that the cops need to be called. We still say Frankie needs to get help.

What do U think?

[Image via WENN.]

Frankie Muniz Involved In Domestic Violence Disturbance!

| Filed under: Icky Icky PooSad SadFrankie Muniz

frankie muniz gets into a major domestic dispute

Yet another former child star headed for trouble. So sad…

According to a police report, Malcom in the Middle/Agent Cody Banks star Frankie Muniz put a gun to his own head during a domestic dispute with his girlfriend on Friday night.

Apparently, the two got into an argument about "prior relationships," and then Muniz's girlfriend Elycia Turnbow claims he "grabbed a gun and held it to his head, possibly with the intent of committing suicide."

Here's what Frankie had to say about it:

"I grabbed the case, but not the gun … it isn't even loaded."

The police did, in fact, find a loaded gun in his house. Scary.

Following the incident, Frankie was brought to the hospital, returned home after 10 pm, and then things got increasingly heated. Elycia claims he "punched her in the back of the head, and threw her into a wall while in the downstairs bedroom."

When asked about it by police, Muniz denied it and said the following:

"I love her too much. She is the woman I want to marry."

As far as Frankie's take on the story is concerned, he claims he was sleeping and his girlfriend woke him up by "yelling at him and hitting him in the face," and while he was defending himself "Elycia fell to the ground and started to kick the bedroom door."

Frankie's gun has been impounded, and the couple were warned that they'll be arrested if anything like this occurs again.

What a shame! Hopefully Frankie will get himself together, but if he's acted like this before, he's likely to do this again, unless he gets help.

They must have some nice facilities in Arizona. Look into it, Frankie!

Thoughts???

[Image via WENN.]

LeBeouf Vs. Muniz!

| Filed under: Celebrity FeudsShia LaBeoufFrankie Muniz

fmshia.jpg

Back in 1998, when Frankie Muniz and Shia LeBeouf were both 12-years-old, they had a falling out - and Muniz was on top of his game!

It seems Shia hasn't moved past that. While the movie star was promoting Wall Street 2 on The Bert Show this week, Shia was asked about the fact that the last of his six movies have opening in first place.

"While that's flattering as hell, you could have put Frankie Muniz into any the movies I've been in and those movies would have still been number one," he responded.

The radio host wondered what he would say to Frankie if he approached him at a party.

"I don't go to many parties and I don't really hang out in Frank Muniz-type zones," LaBeouf replied. Then, he continued to refer to Muniz as "the king" and "the chief."

Wow! And, of course, Frankie got wind of it! He took to his Twitter to address the Shia.

Muniz Tweeted:

"Dear Shia Labeouf. It's getting creepy the fact that you can't stop talking about me. It's been 12 years now. I don't know you. Thanks."

Touche.

P.S. CLICK HERE to "follow" us on Twitter!

And CLICK HERE to "like" us on Facebook!

[Image via WENN.]

Frankie Muniz Talks Music

| Filed under: Music MinuteFrankie Muniz

Acting, racing and now music?

As we mentioned before Frankie Muniz is now the drummer in unsigned band You Hang Up from Arizona and he opened up about his latest career move:

On his music background:

"I've been playing since I was 12 years old, but nothing serious. I was a five-minute-per-week hobby drummer. I'd only played to my iPod with headphones on. It was always a dream to be in a band, but with acting going on, I never really considered it being something that could actually happen. And if I could get in a band, I wanted it to be something that was completely serious, with good music.

"But it felt like one of those jobs when you're a kid and you want to be an astronaut or something. I've been very fortunate in my life to have three of those jobs — being an actor, a race car driver and now a musician."

On how he ended up in a band from Arizona:

"My girlfriend was contacted by the lead singer, Aaron, just kind of saying, 'We have mutual friends, check out our music.' So we listened to You Hang Up, and I really, really liked it — it's the type of music I listen to.

"Then Aaron said he saw a video of me drumming on my Myspace profile. He asked if I've ever been interested in playing in a band, and literally that day we got lunch and talked about the band and the music and I said I'd love to be a part of it. That was Dec. 20; we had our first practice Jan. 1."

On how the band is coming along:

"We've progressed insanely. We've been trying to keep everything completely under the radar as long as possible, playing small shows under different band names. Now we're ready to go out and show everyone what we're made of. We had rehearsal last night — the new stuff we're coming out with is exciting. So far it's been an amazingly fun experience, and that's what's important."

On his future in all three careers:

"I want to go racing, for sure, but I'm really excited about the band. I've also got some acting things going, a show I'm developing. I'm busy! Acting was on the back burner for a few years, but now I've got the option of heading back that way. The problem is that all three jobs are full-time."

How Hollywood of him to be trying everything — is a cologne or fashion line next?

Check out You Hang Up above…thoughts???